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Many Alabama pioneers were Revolutionary War soldiers

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Biographies of Notable and Not-So-Notable Alabama Pioneers Vol. VIII is the eighth book of Biographies on Notable and Not-so-Notable Alabama Pioneers. Many of the biographies in this volume were Revolutionary War soldiers are descended from Revolutionary War soldiers.

Revolutionary War( usembassy.gov)

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The information on the Alabamians in this book are from several sources. A good deal of the information comes from source books written when the subjects were still living. Additional information and/or documentation on any of the subjects has been included at the end of each biography.

The biographies included in Volume VIII in order of their appearance includes:
WILLIAM WALLACE SCREWS
BENJAMIN HARRISON SCREWS
ALBERT TAYLOR GOODWYN
ROBERT TYLER GOODWYN
GEORGE WILLOUGHBY HAILS
GEORGE GRANBERRY MILES
JOHN EMBRY MILES
JOSEPH MASON KENNEDY
REUBEN FRANCES KOLB
WILLIAM J. MCGEE
KNOX BOOTH
DANIEL BOONE BOOTH
DR. THOMAS JAMES MITCHELL
REV. COL. BENJAMIN B. LAMAR
THOMAS BARTON
JOHN KEYES BARTON
JOHN KEYES BARTON, JR.
THOMAS HAYNES
ROBERT J. WARE
DR. ROBERT J. WARE
GREEN MACK WOOD
DR. MILTON LE GRAND WOOD
PEACHY RIDGWAYD GILMER
WILLIAM B. S. GILMER
JAMES JACKSON GILMER
CHARLES LEWIS GILMER
FRANCIS MERIWETHER GILMER
JAMES NICHOLAS GILMER
MORGAN SMITH GILMER
JOHN FRANKLIN GABLE
JOSEPH A. GABOURY
JOHN ‘JACK’ GADDIS
WILLIAM PEACE GADDIS

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3 comments

  1. Most Alabamians can’t help but to have been Colonials – Alabama is the birthplace of the Nation and the East Coast – well go read about rhe East Coast in the real historical documents.

  2. If you find Mobile – act amazed

  3. I wonder if my great4 grandfather. George Washington Ard. He was an casualty of second Seminole war. Ft. Clinch.